Step 2 - Print Out 2 Teams to Play
Option 1 - Player Cards for Sample Game Between Kansas and KentuckyIf you want to play one game using the Kentucky 2012 vs. Kansas 2008 player cards in our examples below, then click on the two images below:
Alabama 1977 to Duke 2010 updated 12/15/2019
Florida 2006 to Iowa 2001 updated 12/15/2019 oops dedupe program saw duplicate Patrick Ewing Georgetown cards and eliminated the Hall of Fame dad and left his son. Here is the key card to add:
Kansas 1957 to LSU 2006 updated 12/15/2019 AND Loyola 1963 Team Corrected
Marquette 1977 to Notre Dame 1970 updated 12/16/2019
Ohio State 1960 to Purdue 2018 updated 12/16/2019
San Diego State 2011 to Texas Southern (UTEP) 1966 updated 12/16/2019
UCLA 1972 to Wyoming 1943 updated 12/15/2019 (note includes UNC 1982, while "North Carolina" 2005 is in Marquette to Notre Dame link above)
Option 3 - Horizontal Player Cards for Great 21st Century Teams
Option 4 - Horizontal Player Cards for all 2018-2019 Teams
Also available in horizontal form are all 353 teams from the 2018-2019 season. These are on Google Sheets, so printing takes a bit more effort as you likely want to define only the sections in cards from the teams you want to print, and then print selection only. You can go to a range of teams, or click on all of the all-conference teams.
If you prefer the layout of the horizontal cards in Option 1, you can click on the original 21st Century great teams and six additional 21st Century teams added later. The 20th Century teams only appear in the vertical form in Option 2. These files are in Google Docs, but are larger files so can eat up memory and take longer to open and print, and they just print one card to a sheet of paper so do use a lot more paper.